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Does interprofessional interaction influence physical therapy students’ attitudes toward chiropractic?

December 20, 2018

Background: Interprofessional education (IPE) facilitates collaborative health practice, improving clinical outcomes. Objective: Explore physical therapy (PT) students’ observations about chiropractic, including attitudes amongst distinctive PT programs. Methods: We administered a 74-item electronic survey, including 12 attitudinal items comprising the chiropractic attitude questionnaire (CAQ), to PT students at two universities. PT students at University 2 interacted

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Assessing the attitudes, knowledge and perspectives of medical students to chiropractic

May 21, 2014

Objective: To assess second-year medical students’ views on chiropractic. Methods: A three-step triangulation approach was designed, comprising a 53-item survey, nine key informant interviews and one focus group of 8 subjects. ANOVA was used to assess attitude-response survey totals over grouping variables. Constant comparison method and NVivo was used for thematic analysis. Results: 112 medical

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